Woking travel to Bromley in hope of getting back to winning ways.
Bromley Team News:
Bromley lost to Woking 2-0 in the second game of the season and they went on to not win in their next six. However, the Ravens then won nine of their next ten to see them fly up the league. Their form turned for the worst again though which led to the recent sacking of manager Mark Goldberg. Ex-Woking defender Neil Smith is the current caretaker manager.
Bromley have lost their last four league games, their last win coming on December 28th.
Player to watch: Moses Emmanuel
Well known to Woking fans having played for the club between 2010-12 and part of the Conference South winning side. Moses has scored an impressive 17 goals this season in his new striker role.
Woking Team News:
The Cards are without in a win in their last four league games having drawn at home to FC Halifax (1-1), lost at Altrincham (2-1), drawn at the Laithwaite to Barrow AFC (2-2) and lost to Guiseley last week (0-1). Two points from 12 and numerous chances to break into the play-off places makes Saturday’s game crucial in order to get back on track.
On-loan striker from Yeovil Town Shaun Jeffers was stretchered off against Guiseley, and judging by Garry Hill’s decision to sign striker Sam Smith from Brackley, it would suggest that Jeffers will be out of action for the foreseeable future. Apart from that, there is no known injuries.
Player to watch: John Goddard
Woking will need their standout player this season to be at the top of his game if they are to turn their form around.
Match Facts & Stats
Woking have a good record against Bromley, winning five of their seven meetings and losing just once.
Admission for travelling Woking fans:
OAPs 65 and over: £10
Armed Forces, NHS and Emergency Services: £10
Students (16 years and over): £5
U16s FREE (when accompanied by a paying adult and arriving before 2pm; £5 otherwise)
Premier League and Football League season ticket holders: £10
Appropriate ID required for concessions. Tickets can also be purchased in advance via Bromley FC website.